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Upcoming Webinar: Diacetyl Measurement and Control

Join industry experts Bryan Donaldson of Lagunitas Brewing Co., Dan Driscoll of Avery Brewing Co., and Rick Blankemeier of Stone Brewing Co. on Thursday, June 16, to learn a about measuring diacetyl levels in beer, and how to use that data to control fermentation. Register today!




Why the Work–Life Balance Theory Does Not Work for Brewing Scientists

We all have the feeling every day that the days are too short to accomplish what we want to do. Having a good work–life balance is defined as having enough time for work but with limited working hours and enough time for family and leisure. I always had doubts that this is a wise approach.







    Food and Beer Pairing Science

    Pairing consumer and expert panel data to explain what we like and why.

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    Journal of the ASBC Editor's Pick: Purification and Structural Characterization of Protein Z4 from Malt

    There are many people who champion Lipid Transfer Protein as the preeminent foam-stabilizing protein in beer. However, Han et al. of Jiangnan University makes the case for Protein Z4 in this issue of the Journal of the ASBC.

    ASBC Methods Highlight: Sampling (Cereals-1)

    This method shows users the basic procedures for obtaining representative samples of free-flowing and nonfree-flowing dry materials, as well as preparing them for laboratory analysis. Subscribe to the ASBC Methods of Analysis so that your entire organization may benefit from this and more than 200 other methods. Order institutional access today!




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